The current featured article is "BREAKING THE PATTERN: ALAN GARNER'S THE OWL SERVICE AND THE MABINOGION"
This paper was presented at Mythcon 24 in 1993. It was an opportunity for me to write about a lovely little book I had always enjoyed. Years later, it had the advantage of being a rare piece of scholarship on the works of Alan Garner, which led to it being selected for inclusion in THE CHILDREN'S LITERATURE REVIEW, vol. 130.
I hope you will enjoy it!
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After leaving the apartment I had lived in since I moved to Los Angeles, I’ve had a season of “nomad” life. It’s been interesting, as it has given me food for thought about personal space and how we respond to … Continue reading
I drove down early in order to get into a good parking spot. As it happened, I did get a good spot near the building, right beside a set of stairs. The unfortunate part was that it was nowhere near … Continue reading
Because this has been a very tough year for me all around, I fully expected that I would not be attending Mythcon, in spite of the fact that it was relatively near, in Berkeley. I just couldn’t afford it, not … Continue reading
At long last, I’ve managed to do some updating on the ScribblerWorks website! Whew! First off, there’s the new front page, with a picture of myself gracing it (a photo that doesn’t even alarm me!). I seem to have screwed … Continue reading
After nearly two years of planning, especially the last two months that were filled with tasks, Mythcon 40 finally arrived. I went over to the campus on the day before, as a number of attendees, including our Guests of Honor, … Continue reading